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The B Club

Meetings take place on Mondays in Room 1.11 of the Faculty of Classics unless otherwise stated. The meeting starts at 17:00. Tea is served from 16:30. All welcome.

29th January

Melissa Lane

Technē and Archē in Plato’s Republic Book I

5th February

Anthony Price

Aristotelian Acrasia: A Collaborative Encounter between J. L. Austin (1938) and David Charles

12th February

Margaret Graver 

The psychology of honor in Cicero's De Re Publica

Thursday Seminar

Senior Research Seminar: Plato’s Sophist

Seminars will be at 17:15 every Thursday throughout Michaelmas and Lent in room 1.11. The Meetings will begin at 18:05 when the Philological Society Meets.

18th January

25th January

1st February (will be held in Junior Parlor of Trinity College)

8th February

15th February

22nd February

1st March

8th March

15th March

Everyone interested in the Sophist is welcome. Although this is the 'senior research seminar', the B Caucus positively encourages young people, people from other caucuses and indeed philosophical people with no affiliation with the B Caucus to attend.

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